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Kansas Wheat Innovation Center

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Friebe B, Qi LL, Wilson DL, Chang ZJ, Seifers DL, Martin TJ, Fritz AK, and Gill BS. 2009. Wheat–Thinopyrum intermedium recombinants resistant to wheat streak mosaic virus and Triticum mosaic virus. Crop Sci 49:1221-1226.

Huang L, Brooks S, Li W, Fellers J, Nelson J, and Gill BS. 2009. Evolution of new disease specificity at a simple resistance locus in a weed-crop complex: Reconstitution of the Lr21 gene in wheat. Genetics 182:595-602. [PDF]

Kuraparthy V, Sood S, See DR, and Gill BS. 2009. Development of a PCR assay and marker-assisted transfer of leaf rust and strip rust resistance genes Lr57 and Yr40 into hard red winter wheats. Crop Sci 49:120-126.

Kuraparthy V, Sood S, and Gill BS. 2009. Molecular genetic description of the cryptic wheat–Aegilops geniculata introgression carrying rust resistance genes Lr57 and Yr40 using wheat ESTs and synteny with rice. Genome 52:1025-1036. [PDF]

Luo MC, Deal KR, Akhunov ED, Akhunova AR, Anderson OD, Anderson JA, Blake N, Clegg MT, Coleman-Derr D, Conley EJ, Crossman CC, Dubcovsky J, Gill BS, Gu YQ, Hadam J, Heo HY, Huo N, Lazo G, Ma Y, Matthews DE, McGuire PE, Morrell PL, Qualset CO, Renfro J, Tabanao D, Talbert LE, Tian C, Toleno DM, Warburton ML, You FM, Zhang W, and Dvorak J. 2009. Genome comparisons reveal a dominant mechanism of chromosome number reduction in grasses and accelerated genome evolution in Triticeae. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 106(37):15780-15785. [PDF]

Pumphrey MO, Bai J, Laudencia-Chingcuanco D, Anderson O, and Gill BS. 2009. Nonadditive expression of homoeologous genes is established upon polyploidization in hexaploid wheat. Genetics 181:1147-1157. [PDF]

Qi LL, Friebe B, Zhang P, and Gill BS. 2009. A molecular-cytogenetic method for locating genes to pericentromeric regions facilitates a genomewide comparison of synteny between the centromeric regions of wheat and rice. Genetics 183:1235-1247. [PDF]

Sood S, Kuraparthy V, Bai G, and Gill BS. 2009. The major threshability genes, soft glume (sog) and tenacious glume (Tg), of diploid and polyploid wheat, trace their origin to independent mutations at non-orthologous loci. Theor Appl Genet 119:341-351. [PDF]


Gill BS and Friebe B. 2009. Cytogenetic analysis of wheat and rye genomes.  In: Genetics and Genomics of the Triticeae, Plant Genetics/Genomics: Crops and Models 7 (Feuillet C and Muehlbauer GJ, Eds). Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, New York, NY. Pp. 121-135. [ISBN 978-0-387-77488-6]

      Raupp WJ ed. 2009. 

Annual Wheat Newsletter

      , volume 55. 298 pp.


HTML versions of all issues of the Annual Wheat Newsletters posted at http://wheat.pw.usda.gov/wheatnewsletter/.


Plant & Animal Genome XVII Abstracts (10-14 January, 2009, San Diego, CA) are at http://www.Intl-pag.org/.

Akhunov EA, Sehgal SK, Akhunova A, and Gill BS. 2009. Wheat genome sequencing: testing she utility of next generation sequencing technologies. PAG XVII Abstracts W280.

Bi C, Li WL, Trick HN, and Gill BS. 2009. Down regulate expression of the wheat lignin biosynthetic genes by RNA interference. PAG XVII Abstracts P688.

Kumar S, Sehgal SK, Prasad PVV, Bai G, Joshi AK, and Gill. 2009. QTL mapping for traits associated with drought tolerance in spring wheat. PAG XVII Abstracts P310.

Sehgal SK, Li WL, Rao HS, Faris JD, Reddy L, Devos KM, Xu X, Wu L, Rabinowicz PD, O’Brien K, Maiti R, Chan AP, Dolezel J, Šafár J, Simkova H, Ma YQ, Luo MC, and Gill BS. 2009. Anchoring EST-STS markers to BAC-contigs and deletion bins: the physical map of the 3AS chromosome arm of hexaploid wheat. PAG XVII Abstracts P019.

Zhang Z, Faris JD, and Gill BS. 2009. A point mutation demonstrating the pleiotropic effects of the domestication gene Q in hexaploid wheat. PAG XVII Abstracts, P686.